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Allentown is the third largest city in Pennsylvania and was originally named Northamptontown. In 1838, the city officially adopted the name Allentown. The city sits along the Lehigh River and is the seat of Northampton County.

Allentown holds historical significance as the location where the Liberty Bell was hidden by the Continental Congress during a portion of the American Revolutionary War. Allentown is also home to Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom, one of the world's most popular amusement parks.

Allentown is the largest of three adjacent cities that comprise an area of Pennsylvania known as the Lehigh Valley. The population of the metropolitan area is over 740,000.

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Landmark Tower33proposed
Pennsylvania Power & Light Building24built1928(2)
Five City Center Innovation Campus I17proposed
Episcopal House19built1968
Five City Center13built2019
Tower 612built2018
Regency Towers11built
B'nai B'rith West Apartments14built1983
Towne House Apartments13built1976
Gross Towers East Apartments12built1966
Americus Center12built1927
Little Lehigh Manor11built1979
B'nai B'rith House Apartments11built1979
Telegraph Office Building11built1900
Hamilton Financial Center10built1984
Allentown National Bank9built1905
Lehigh Valley Hospital Cedar Crest8built
Lehigh Valley Hospital 17th & Chew7built